Caron Family Network
- How do I tell if my son/daughter has a substance abuse problem; what do I look for as a parent?
- My child will not listen to me when I talk about his/her drug or alchol use; how do I intervene and get them help?
- How do I determine what type of treatment is best for my child? Is inpatient or outpatient best?
- My child is in treatment, what do I do for myself?
- My child is getting ready to come home from treatment, how can I support their recovery? How do I prepare for their return home?
Do you find that you ask yourself these types of questions?
Parents who suspect or know their child is abusing drugs or alcohol, or who currently have a child in treatment may wish to connect with other parents who have had similar experiences, or speak with a Caron professional.
Through the Caron Parent Network, Caron provides concerned parents with a link (via email) to a network of parents who have had a child in treatment for substance abuse, as well as Caron professionals.
Free, confidential, anonymous.
Your inquiry will be transmitted only to an approved volunteer in our Parent Network or a Caron professional. Any identifying information about inquiring parents will not be disclosed or used for marketing or mailings unless requested by you. We will not sell or trade your email address to any other web site.
Parent Network volunteers, who also remain anonymous, are neither paid nor employed by Caron. All have had a child in treatment at Caron.